Saturday 5th April, 2014
1:40pm to 2:55pm
Session Level: 300
In my experience, we often write dumb code. I know I have. We hand code often. We don't understand underlying systems. In this talk I will reflect on some methods to make our code better, consider how some of our tools work and perhaps make your entire automation suite a little more self-aware. This talk will be using Java, but the concepts apply to .NET languages as well.
Jeremy Carey-dressler (aka JCD) is an automation tester and toolsmith who currently works at Kount, a financial fraud detection company. He has been testing hardware, software and firmware across multiple industries for over 12 years, with a special focus in automation. He continues to search for new ways to push the boundaries of automated testing in order to improve the craft.
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